The Daily Populous

Tuesday November 19th, 2019 evening edition

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And then there would be tears, and clapping and reconciliation, as underpaid TSA workers high-five one another and an optional dance number would break out.

The whole thing would be a real Christmas blockbuster.

The point is that this seems to be of a piece with a generalized romantic fantasy that elected Republicans are desperately seeking a mechanism that would allow them to do the right thing.

This means Republican members of Congress are likely to stick behind Trump, regardless of what the independents or the other 13% of Republicans believe.”.

The funny thing about unrequited pining is that sometimes, it merely begets more unrequited pining.

Their grappling seriously with that is the only possible happy ending here, and it doesn’t come with a montage. »

Valve auf Twitter: "We’re excited to unveil Half-Life: Alyx, our flagship VR game, this Thursday at 10am Pacific Time. Can’t wait to share it with all of you!…"

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Climate change: Firms failing to tackle crisis will be delisted from stock exchange, Labour says

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Companies that fail to act on the climate change they cause will be axed from the stock exchange, under radical Labour plans.

John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, pledged his government would ensure firms are “pulling their weight” to tackle the “existential threat” to the planet.

And he warned: “For those companies not taking adequate steps under Labour they will be delisted from the London Stock Exchange.”. »

New study finds journalists score far lower in moral reasoning than they did 13 years ago

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“A couple years ago, while reading The Atlantic, I read an article about a study done in Europe that used identity priming with Wall Street folks.

It sounded super interesting and cool so it got me thinking about how I could run a similar experiment with journalists.

The study, “Journalists Primed: How Professional Identity Affects Moral Decision Making“, was authored by Patrick Ferrucci, Edson C. Tandoc Jr., and Erin E. Schauster. »